I wanted to have a play with a Two Step stamp. We have quite a few of these in our current catalogue. You stamp the first image (in this case I used Always Artichoke) and then you stamp the second stamp (which looks like a water colour version of the image) over the top of it. Using the Stamp-a-ma-jig really helps with this. The Stamp-a-ma-jig is this great little tool to help you line up your image correctly, so, if you want to do a continuous pattern or stamp exactly in a certain place, then the Stamp-a-ma-jig is your tool! It's $22.95 well spent. I am really happy with the effect it gives. As you can see, I made a few versions of this card as it can be used for different purposes.
The background is from the Designer Paper range called Newsprint. The stamp is from a Hostess Gift called Fast & Fabulous. It is a set of 6 stamps and is free to the hostess when she hosts a party and the sales are over $600 (also, she would get $60 to spend too!).